choreographic

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj choreographic of or concerned with choreography
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • choreographic Of or pertaining to choreography.
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Usage

In literature:

The entire setup of the room was intentionally choreographed to promote psychological terrorism.
"Wild Justice" by Ruth M. Sprague
And there, perfectly choreographed on the wet pavement, was evidence of a lethal duel.
"Project Daedalus" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

Christopher Duggan Choreographer and dancer Brian Brooks.
The dancer-choreographer and star of the new Ryan Seacrest-produced E series 'The Dance Scene' tells THR about life as Lady Gaga's creative director and how she almost walked away from working on the "Judas" video.
Members of Merce Cunningham Dance Company perform "Nearly Ninety ," the latest world premiere by the choreographer, at the Howard Gilman Opera House of the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Rashaun Mitchell Choreographs ' Nox ' at Danspace Project.
Michel Canesi, Rudolf Nureyev 's doctor for the last nine years, announced today that the dancer and choreographer, who died in a suburban Paris hospital on Jan 6, had had AIDS.
WHAT other kinds of dances did choreographers create at this site.
A pair of local choreographers asks the Ford Building to dance.
This dance of the veils is getting old fast, and it all has the feel of a choreographed exercise at this point.
The mixed-media piece was the creation of Yin Mei, a Chinese choreographer and director.
Choreographer perfects Palisade color guard.
The German choreographer Raimund Hoghe is a lover of romance and beautiful things.
Luminarium co-director/choreographer Merli V Guerra, right, works with Luminarium Company member Melenie Diarbekirian in the Andromeda Solo for "Mythos. Pathos .".
Composer & choreographer discuss making of 'Pied Piper' ballet.
Dancer and Choreographer Strives for Innovation.
Twyla Tharp , Dancer, Choreographer.
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In science:

The above discussion shows that Theorem 1 relies more on the choreographical assumption than on the properties of the central configurations.
Action minimizing orbits in the n-body problem with simple choreography constraint
Following such complex interactions poses severe challenges to the development of software needed to choreograph these many-body dances.
The Starlab Environment for Dense Stellar Systems
The sequence of propagation and brightening of the features is choreographed by the underlying limit cycle of the instability in the first ion loop.
Time-dependence in Relativistic Collisionless Shocks: Theory of the Variable "Wisps" in the Crab Nebula
This is an example of “choreography” (see , where the notion of choreographic solution was introduced, and the references therein), that is, a T -periodic solution of the N -body problem (N = 3 in the present case) such that all the bodies move along the same path with time shift T /N between consecutive bodies.
Rigorous KAM results around arbitrary periodic orbits for Hamiltonian Systems
Simple Choreographic Motions of N Bodies: A Preliminary Study.
Rigorous KAM results around arbitrary periodic orbits for Hamiltonian Systems
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